And here is where I fundamentally disagree. When I compile something, yes, I am choosing what to include and what to exclude. (That I offload this choice is secondary.) That is true. However, I am in no way imposing anything on anyone else's options. When I created this document, I compiled it and made it available to others. If they like it, great. If they don't, they don't have to use it. I have not touched any of the original files. I have not removed any of the other files. I am imposing nothing on anyone. I am simply offering an additional file that didn't exist before for use if anyone wants to use it. That's it.Dimirag wrote: ↑Thu Dec 17, 2020 3:10 pmMy point precisely, when somebody compiles something, its based on what that person chooses to compile, that's fine if its done privately, once you put it for other people, you are short-cutting their available options.But the problem is, once you start compiling anything, it's hard to avoid making editorial decisions.
As long as this file doesn't show up on Downloads, then nothing has been endorsed by anyone. It is simply a convenient compilation people can either use or not use.